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margarine

noun [no plural]   /ˌmɑː·dʒəˈriːn/
a soft food made from plant oil that you put on bread and use in cooking margarina
(Definition of margarine from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

margarine

noun /ˈmaːdʒəriːn/
(abbreviation marge /maːdʒ/) a butter-like substance made mainly from vegetable fats margarina We use margarine instead of butter.
(Definition of margarine from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “margarine”
in Korean 마가린…
in Arabic مَرْجَرين (زُبْدة صِناعِيَة)…
in Malaysian marjerin…
in French margarine…
in Russian маргарин…
in Chinese (Traditional) 人造鮮奶油(通常由植物油製成)…
in Italian margarina…
in Turkish bitkisel yağ, margarin…
in Polish margaryna…
in Vietnamese bơ thực vật…
in Portuguese margarina…
in Thai เนยเทียม…
in German die Margarine…
in Catalan margarina…
in Japanese マーガリン…
in Chinese (Simplified) 人造黄油(通常由植物油制成)…
in Indonesian margarin…
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